Ex-Gawker editor A.J. Daulerio has asked the judge in the lawsuit that's embroiled his former employer to allow him to keep his phone, laptop and clothes and he moves to California for a new job. Daulerio is the only defendant in the case, brought by Hulk Hogan against Gawker and its founder Nick Denton, who hasn't filed for bankruptcy protection.
A former producer at NPR who lost his ability to walk and speak asked a judge Tuesday to restore his right to vote under a new California law that makes it easier for people with disabilities to keep that right and regain it if lost. David Rector, 66, handed a letter to a court clerk shortly after...
By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fitbit Inc did not steal rival Jawbone's trade secrets, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled on Tuesday, dashing Jawbone's hopes of securing an import ban against Fitbit's wearable fitness tracking devices. Show More Summary
Federal judge binge-watches shows and can't stop thinking about them when he's at work.
On Monday, a federal judge refused to place an injunction on a new law that allows college students to carry concealed handguns into classrooms, and, in protest, opponents to the new law will strap dildos to their backpacks on the first day of class.
By Jessica Dye NEW YORK (Reuters) - General Motors Co said Tuesday a Texas judge had denied its bid to throw out a lawsuit over a fatal 2011 crash blamed on a faulty ignition switch, after the company accused a car driver and his lawyers of fabricating evidence about the vehicle’s key. Show More Summary
A legal challenge brought by three University of Texas-Austin professors against the state's new “campus carry” law suffered a setback after a federal judge denied them a preliminary injunction.
Today, Pitchfork.tv presents a brand new episode of “Over/Under,” the interview series in which artists are given a series of topics to evaluate as overrated or underrated. This episode features comedian Eric Andre, who passes judgement on Jesus, Axl Rose, Wile E. Coyote, the Statue of Liberty, and more. Check it out below.
A Massachusetts teen accused of raping two unconscious teens at a house party in April has been sentenced by a Palmer judge to two years' probation, the New York Daily News reports. The case was ordered continued without a finding for two years, meaning if 18-year-old David Becker gets through...
Grace VanderWaal, the 12-year-old singer who wowed the “America’s Got Talent Judges” with an original song during the auditions, is back with another original tune. “The Good Just Gets Better” is a song about that feeling of just wanting to “be done with everything” but knowing “there are great things to come,” she explained. Show More Summary
A California judge under fire for the light sentence he gave to ex-Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner has recused himself from making his first key decision in another sex-crimes case, per the AP. Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky filed a statement with the court saying that some people might...
Chris Rock is officially single, after paying a visit to a New Jersey courthouse... TMZ has learned. Chris and now ex-wife Malaak both appeared Monday before a judge, finalizing their divorce. The couple married in 1996 and have 2 kids, ages…
Pokemon Go is being updated with a neat new feature – right now. A new Pokemon Go update is rolling out on Android and iOS. Pokemon Go update 0.35.0 (Android) and 1.5.0 (iOS) comes with the following, somewhat mysterious patch notes: Implemented Pokémon Appraisal: Trainers will now be able to learn about a Pokémon’s attack […]
As culture evolves, as science progresses, as technology innovates, new questions are raised that force the past and present to decide how they will restrict or give way to the future. In law, a precedent is a rule established in a past...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A judge ordered the State Department on Monday to review and determine the potential release of 14,900 documents, most of which are believed to be emails to or from Hillary Clinton, that turned up in an FBI investigation...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s email scandal is far from over. On Monday, a Federal District Court judge ordered the State Department to provide a timetable for the release of 14,900 new documents, most of which are believed to be emails sent to and from Hillary Clinton. Read more...
Marking no small coincidence, this all went down right before schools in Texas kicked off the new school year Monday.
A judge ordered the State Department on Monday to review and determine the potential release of 14,900 documents, most of which are believed to be emails to or from Hillary Clinton, that turned up in an FBI investigation of her use of a private email server as secretary of state. The documents are...
A federal judge on Monday ordered the State Department to set a timetable to release new emails uncovered during an inquiry into her private server.
The FBI has said it discovered nearly 15,000 documents previously unreleased during the course of its investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal email server, according to reports. The FBI’s Hillary Clinton investigation has been ongoing for more than a year. Show More Summary